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Criminal Justice Teacher Accused Of Having Sex With 16-Year-Old Boy, Exposing Him To HIV

A criminal justice teacher and part-time sheriff’s deputy from Waycross, Georgia is accused of not only having sex with a 16-year-old boy, but also of knowingly exposing that teenager to HIV.

After his arrest in late November, 42-year-old Tracy Wayne Crosby was suspended from his teaching job. He was also fired from his part-time gig at the Pierce County Sheriff’s department, where he worked as an investigator.

Jail records indicate that Crosby is being charged with reckless conduct for allegedly knowingly exposing someone to HIV, which is a felony. In addition, he is being slammed with a misdemeanor charge of sodomy.

It is unclear if he currently has a lawyer who can speak on his behalf.

The victim’s mother actually caught her son and Crosby in the act. According to News4Jax, suspicious after her son didn’t explain where he was going, she tailed him and followed him to a park. It was

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‘Criminal Confessions’ Detective Reveals the Secret to Making a Suspect Confess (EXCLUSIVE)

Oxygen’s new docuseries Criminal Confessions explores the psychological face-off between investigators and suspects inside the interrogation room. In each hour-long episode, viewers hear from real-life detectives, who explain what it takes to get a culprit to finally admit to their crime. Sgt. Brian Harris of Houston, TX — who appears on the show — spoke exclusively with In Touch and revealed the secret to a successful confession.

“The biggest challenge is developing a story to help the person have that ‘Aha!’ moment in a way that will let them see that it is to their advantage to make an admission. It is always a self- serving admission,” Brian told us. “You have to keep in mind I never make them do anything; it is always their choice and that is what is so powerful about their own words.”

He added, “Any admission or any confession is verbal suicide.

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Serial Killer Admits On ‘Criminal Confessions’: ‘Honestly, I Wanted To See Her Femur’

An episode of Criminal Confessions reveals the moments that serial killer Sean Vincent Gillis confessed to killing and mutilating eight women between 1994 and 2003 in Baton Rouge.

Even though police had DNA evidence linking Gillis to three of the victims, they wanted a confession out of him.

“I’ve been doing this since 1978 and you are one of the best, if not the best I’ve ever seen.”Maj. Bryan White, chief of detectives for the East Baton Rouge Police told the serial killer, in hopes of getting him to open up. Police said Gillis wanted respect so their strategy was to play up that authorities were “impressed” with his work. That strategy appeared to be effective. Eventually Gillis referred to himself as a monster.

“Tell me about this monster,” White said gently.

“One minute you’re a person like you are. The next minute you’re not.”

“I think you’re tired of this monster,” White said.

“You have no

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Seven hears Criminal Confessions

MIPCOM: Australia’s Seven Network has picked up true crime series Criminal Confessions as part of its first-look deal with distributor ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVSGE).

ITVSGE has picked up global rights to the series (11×60’ and 1×120’), which was originally produced by Wolf Reality and Warner Bros-owned Shed Media for Oxygen Media in the US.

Criminal Confessions was created by Dick Wolf (Law  Order) and explores the psychology of police interrogations and what it takes to yield a confession from a suspect.

Ronan Hand, senior VP of global content, non-scripted at ITVSGE, said that with Shed Media and Wolf Reality joining forces, he was confident they would deliver a series that would be “best in class” and ideal to bring to the international market.

Read more at: https://www.c21media.net/seven-hears-criminal-confessions/

Seven hears Criminal Confessions | News | C21Media

MIPCOM: Australia’s Seven Network has picked up true crime series Criminal Confessions as part of its first-look deal with distributor ITV Studios Global Entertainment (ITVSGE).

ITVSGE has picked up global rights to the series (11×60’ and 1×120’), which was originally produced by Wolf Reality and Warner Bros-owned Shed Media for Oxygen Media in the US.

Criminal Confessions was created by Dick Wolf (Law  Order) and explores the psychology of police interrogations and what it takes to yield a confession from a suspect.

Ronan Hand, senior VP of global content, non-scripted at ITVSGE, said that with Shed Media and Wolf Reality joining forces, he was confident they would deliver a series that would be “best in class” and ideal to bring to the international market.

Read more at: https://www.c21media.net/seven-hears-criminal-confessions/

"Criminal Confessions" spotlights Waterloo murder investigation

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The Oxygen network t.v. show “Criminal Confessions” is taking a closer look at a double murder that happened in Waterloo ten years ago. 

The episode, “An Informant,” revolves around the Waterloo Police Department’s work in solving the case. 

Both Ronald Scullark Junior and Annisa Schroeder were shot and killed in broad daylight in November 2007. 

The shows producers came to Waterloo this past spring to interview Waterloo Police Investigators who worked on the case. Investigator Lynn Moller, who’s now retired, remembers the case standing out from the ones he’s worked on in his 35 years at the department. 

“It wasn’t in the East side of Waterloo in an alley at 3:30 in the morning,” said Moller. “So that’s what set it apart-the wheres and the whens and broad daylight. It was a beautiful sunshine day in November. Cold, but it was

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Oxygen’s Rod Aissa Talks ‘Criminal Confessions’ and the Network’s Transition to ‘Full Time True Crime’

When Emily Lambert was reported missing by Robert Early, investigators were alerted to a crime that might have escaped immediate attention had he not called. Was Early a concerned boyfriend? Or, was there much more to him than met the eye? While investigators questioned him and as he went from interviewee to prime suspect, Lambert’s 2 young daughters waited for word on the whereabouts of their mom. Emily Lambert’s parents immediately made the 8-hour drive to New Mexico, never imagining they would eventually be the ones to raise the two girls. Oxygen’s new series Criminal Confessions, which debuts Sunday, starts with an episode about Emily Lambert’s case. It examines the process by which police investigators question potential subjects, in a manner that elicits a confession deemed admissible in a courtroom.

Read more at: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/oxygens-rod-aissa-talks-criminal-confessions-and_us_59cbe18ee4b02ba6621ff9b8

Exclusive clip: Oxygen Media’s “Criminal Confessions”

Ahead of the premiere of NBCUniversal-owned Oxygen Media’s new original series Criminal Confessionalsrealscreen presents an exclusive clip.

Produced by Wolf Reality and Shed Media, Criminal Confessionals delves into the psychological tug-of-war that transpires inside police interrogation rooms between investigators and suspects, and examines what it takes to get a confession.

In each episode, audiences follow a real homicide case, beginning with the 911 call and crime scene, and leading to the interrogation room, where detectives interrogate their prime suspect. 

Executive producers on the series are Dick Wolf, Tom Thayer, Pam Healey, John Hesling and Adam Kassen.

Criminal Confessions debuts Oct. 1 at 7 p.m. ET/PT on Oxygen.

Realscreen caught with Stephanie Steele, VP, current production, Oxygen Media (pictured, below) to learn more about this new series.

Steele

 

What was the genesis for Criminal Confessions?

Wolf Reality and Shed Media presented this idea to us, and from the very first meeting we were

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‘Criminal Confessions’: Investigators Race Against The Clock To Find A Missing Girl

Your newest guilty pleasure is here! Oxygen’s new series, ‘Criminal Confessions’ premieres on Oct. 1 and HL has an EXCLUSIVE first look at the show! Watch investigators become stunned after uncovering details in a case of a missing girl.

Oxygen Media’s new original series Criminal Confessions will have you glued to your TV screen when it debuts on Sunday, October 1 at 7 PM ET/PT. HL has an exclusive sneak peek at the new series, which delves into the psychological interrogations that go on inside police interrogation rooms. In this clip [below] investigators, LT. Jon Blackmon and SGT. Blaine Rennie of Carlsbad, New Mexico Police Department are on the hunt for answers into to the disappearance of a woman named Emily, a school teacher from Dallas, TX.

Emily disappeared after a night out with her boyfriend, Robert, who she traveled to New Mexico to visit. Blackmon

Read more at: http://hollywoodlife.com/2017/09/27/criminal-confessions-preview-video-missing-girl-clip-oxygen-series/